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Taupe : Visualizing and analyzing eye-tracking data

Benoît De Smet, Lorent Lempereur, Zohreh Sharafi, Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc, Giuliano Antoniol, Naji Habra
2014 Science of Computer Programming  
Consequently, we develop the Taupe software system to help researchers visualize, analyze, and edit the data recorded by eye-tracking devices.  ...  Recently, researchers have introduced the use of eye-tracking devices to gather and analyze data about the developers' cognitive processes during program comprehension.  ...  Taupe can import and analyze eye-tracking data provided by Eye-link II's Data Viewer and FaceLAB's GazeTracker from Seeing Machine.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scico.2012.01.004 fatcat:kwtgjutyd5atzoqnsw2c7nut74

A Survey on the Usage of Eye-Tracking in Computer Programming

Unaizah Obaidellah, Mohammed Al Haek, Peter C.-H. Cheng
2018 ACM Computing Surveys  
However, in recent years, eye-tracking has been on the rise as a new method of collecting evidence of visual attention and the cognitive process of programmers.  ...  We also report on a range of eye-trackers and attention tracking tools that have been utilized, and find Tobii eye-trackers to be the most used devices by researchers.  ...  This work is supported by the University of Malaya and Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia, under grants, FP062-2014A and RP030C-14AET.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3145904 fatcat:nkbfgm4nhrexref3ntlbwh5h3q

An empirical study on the importance of source code entities for requirements traceability

Nasir Ali, Zohreh Sharafi, Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc, Giuliano Antoniol
2014 Empirical Software Engineering  
First, we use an eye-tracking system to capture developers' eye movements while they verify RT links.  ...  Second, we perform another eye-tracking case study to confirm that it is the semantic content of the developers' preferred types of SCEs and not their locations that attract developers' attention and help  ...  This work has been partially supported by the NSERC Research Chairs on Software Cost-effective Change, Evolution and on Software Patterns and Patterns of Software, and by Fonds de recherche du Québec -  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10664-014-9315-y fatcat:mrji77m6vvfsrgwc4nf4wd2g3u

Empirical assessment of UML class diagram layouts based on architectural importance

Bonita Sharif
2011 2011 27th IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance (ICSM)  
They use a visualization technique to present data collected from the eye tracker. They implement this in their tool named TAUPE.  ...  The method of capturing and analyzing eye gaze data is described.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icsm.2011.6080828 dblp:conf/icsm/Sharif11 fatcat:5nkuzimxabcxrc3kvavpytaqh4

Action Experience, More than Observation, Influences Mu Rhythm Desynchronization

Erin N. Cannon, Kathryn H. Yoo, Ross E. Vanderwert, Pier F. Ferrari, Amanda L. Woodward, Nathan A. Fox, Marco Iacoboni
2014 PLoS ONE  
Both the performers and the observers had no prior motor and visual experience with the action. A third group of novices was also tested.  ...  , and cognitive neurosciences.  ...  Acknowledgments We wish to thank Tanya Tavassolie, Kayla Finch, and undergraduates at the UMD Child Development Lab for their help in the collection and the coding of these data, Randy Casstevens for programming  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0092002 pmid:24663967 pmcid:PMC3963876 fatcat:bvrceo6tcbcspllcpx44h55gwa

Applications of minimally invasive multimodal telemetry for continuous monitoring of brain function and intracranial pressure in macaques with acute viral encephalitis

Henry Ma, Jeneveve D. Lundy, Emily L. Cottle, Katherine J. O'Malley, Anita M. Trichel, William B. Klimstra, Amy L. Hartman, Douglas S. Reed, Tobias Teichert, Negin P. Martin
2020 PLoS ONE  
Data collection ran continuously from at least four days preceding aerosol exposure and up to 50 days thereafter.  ...  We detail a telemetry implantation method suitable for continuous monitoring of both EEG and ICP in awake macaques, as well as methods for collection and analysis of such data.  ...  Animal Resources, and Kate Gurnsey.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0232381 pmid:32584818 fatcat:3tlam5qdsjgzpks4e2amtdswwi

Beyond the initial 140 ms, lexical decision and reading aloud are different tasks: An ERP study with topographic analysis

Gwendoline Mahé, Pascal Zesiger, Marina Laganaro
2015 NeuroImage  
by fMRI data, with a stronger activation of the Visual Word Form 69 Area (VWFA) in lexical decision compared to reading aloud (Katz et al., 70 2005) and a stronger involvement of the inferior frontal  ...  for both words and pseudowords, i.e., as early as the N170 component. 27 These results suggest that only very early, low-level visual processes are common to the two tasks which differ 28 in core processes  ...  Tracking the time course of word recognition with Polysyllabic pseudo-word processing in reading and lexical decision: converging ev- idence from behavioral data, connectionist simulations and  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2015.07.080 pmid:26244274 fatcat:da352tcbuvagdkten74dnecgiy

Applications of minimally invasive multimodal telemetry for continuous monitoring of brain function and intracranial pressure in macaques with acute viral encephalitis [article]

Henry Ma, Jeneveve D. Lundy, Emily L. Cottle, Katherine J. O'Malley, Anita M. Trichel, William B. Klimstra, Amy L. Hartman, Douglas S. Reed, Tobias Teichert
2020 bioRxiv   pre-print
Data collection ran continuously from at least four days preceding aerosol exposure and up to 50 days thereafter.  ...  We detail a telemetry implantation method suitable for continuous monitoring of both EEG and ICP in awake macaques, as well as methods for collection and analysis of such data.  ...  EEG and ICP data were analyzed for each macaque using in-house MATLAB scripts building on routines 86 from the MATLAB toolbox EEGLAB posted on GITHUB (24).  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.04.15.042606 fatcat:hhlnkkef4zayney2pyjloey5fe

Neuroimaging Features of Optic Nerve Hemangioblastoma Identified by Conventional and Advanced Magnetic Resonance Techniques: A Case Report and Literature Review

Meihan Duan, Lie Yang, Jun Kang, Renzhi Wang, Hui You, Ming Feng
2021 Frontiers in Oncology  
In addition, we have collected all reported optic nerve hemangioblastoma cases and reviewed their neuroimaging findings by MRI and angiography.  ...  Our results show that solid-type tumor is the dominant form of optic nerve hemangioblastoma and extensive edema is widely observed.  ...  The visual field test and fundoscopy revealed no abnormality in the right eye.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fonc.2021.763696 pmid:34868983 pmcid:PMC8632699 fatcat:wdurun362ffhjodba5t3ysc6u4

100 Miles Of Wild: North Dakota Badlands Transcect [chapter]

Andrew Reinhard, Richard Rothaus, Simon Donato, Melissa Rae Stewart
2017 Zenodo  
all Americans and the world.  ...  The 100 Miles of Wild project had a simple aim: go to a little-visited area of North Dakota and discover firsthand the condition of the wild that inspired Roosevelt's effort to preserve wilderness for  ...  In addition, Federal Grasslands regulations require derricks to be painted a matte taupe, which works well to minimize the visual impacts.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.571508 fatcat:2klr6ct3hrfy3icuokzr2uo2ye

Visual aids and eye protection for the aviator

1977 Applied Ergonomics  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors gratefully acknowledge the valuable assistance and comments of our collegues D. DeSimone, R.J. Snyder Crew Systems Department and S.  ...  Filarsky, Systems Analysis and Engineering Department, Naval Air Development Center, Warminster, Pennsylvania.  ...  GLICK: Yes, however, stabilizing the device, the eye is able to track the picture quite well. As I mentioned, if you move your head your eye will track and it can stabilize.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0003-6870(77)90179-x fatcat:q4bz3dmgufgpzedu2byzwqr2jm

Can the Dispersal Behavior of Halyomorpha halys (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) Inform the Use of Insecticide-Treated Netting to Mitigate Homeowner Issues From its Fall Invasion?

J Christopher Bergh, Nicole F Quinn
2018 Environmental Entomology  
Methods informed by behavioral data to exclude or reduce its entry into buildings are needed.  ...  The temporal and spatial distribution of adults on an invaded building was assessed over multiple years, revealing its seasonal dispersal pattern and that its numbers varied by wall aspect.  ...  Engelman and the undergraduate assistants who recorded H. halys counts over the years, and to E. Craig and T. Garrett  ... 
doi:10.1093/ee/nvy120 pmid:30165513 fatcat:pxwksps3w5eqbgkwvzwsgodm2u

Describing the smaller majority: integrative taxonomy reveals twenty-six new species of tiny microhylid frogs (genus Stumpffia) from Madagascar

Rakotoarison, Scherz, Glaw, Köhler, Andreone, Franzen, Glos, Hawlitschek, Jono, Mori, Ndriantsoa, Raminosoa (+6 others)
2017 Zenodo  
We revise the genus on the basis of a combination of molecular, bioacoustic, and morphological data and describe 26 new species that are all genetically divergent, almost all of them with high pairwise  ...  The majority of the new species can also be distinguished by the structure of their advertisement calls (where bioacoustic data are available), and in most comparisons the species can also be distinguished  ...  Fritz, and A. Zarske for their editorial efforts and to M.H. Fischer for the efficiency and patience in the typesetting and proofing stages.. We are grateful to our colleagues and guides M.C.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3338100 fatcat:rlk7ti5g3vd25jlckmn3kklfnu

Species complexes and the importance of Data Deficient classification in Red List assessments: The case of Hylobatrachus frogs

Mark D. Scherz, Frank Glaw, Carl R. Hutter, Molly C. Bletz, Andolalao Rakotoarison, Jörn Köhler, Miguel Vences, Stefan Lötters
2019 PLoS ONE  
Yet, use of the DD category is currently discouraged, resulting in assessments based on poor data quality and dismissal of the importance of taxonomic confidence in conservation.  ...  names should be prioritised for taxonomic research, and (3) ambiguous names should be assessed as DD to highlight the deficiency in data on their taxonomic status, which is an impediment to their conservation  ...  Acknowledgments We are grateful to numerous colleagues, students and field assistants who have accompanied us in the field during the numerous expeditions needed to obtain the material analyzed here, in  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0219437 pmid:31412043 pmcid:PMC6693689 fatcat:574ivoigm5htli6hqbgsi4tqke

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1996 Cartographic Perspectives  
The production of smooth scale changes in an animated map project Martin i>o11 Wyss CARTOGRAPHY BULLETIN BOARD GIS, image processi11g, and microcomputer laboratories The cartographic section at the University  ...  During the begirming of this year, several Board Members and I will be analyzing how much we should increase the annual dues.  ...  And the human eye-brain will be the instrument that mus t detect and interpret the patterns which the cartograrns reveal.  ... 
doi:10.14714/cp23.775 fatcat:xx4qjjbr4fgfncfpm7evagbqam
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